The GDPR deadline day of 25th May has been and gone, but sticking to the legislation remains as important as ever. This is because GDPR is, in fact, not something that can just be ‘done’; instead, it is ongoing and needs to be constantly changed and updated. The onus is on housing associations to comply with GDPR not just today, but in six months, a year, two years, and beyond.
As such, the question housing associations need to be asking themselves now is: ‘how do we maintain our compliance?’ GDPR is often seen by housing associations as lurking like a monster, demanding to be defeated. But if they examined it more closely, they’d see that GDPR isn’t a creature to face down – and there certainly isn’t a silver bullet to get rid of it. Continue reading “Post-GDPR: key learnings for housing associations”
76% of organisations are implementing the cloud or already operating in it. And no wonder: Cloud can do great things for your organisation. It can provide increased data storage capacity, improved business continuity, and potential cost reduction. However, using the cloud brings significant security risks with it, including data loss and threats to data privacy. Continue reading “Multi-cloud and security challenges”
When N3 contracts expired in March 2017, NHS Digital was faced with the challenge of replacing it. The idea was to replace a long-term single supplier contract with a marketplace of network options.
The Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) is the new data network for health and care organisations. HSCN provides the underlying network arrangements to help integrate and transform health and social care services by enabling them to access and share information more reliably, flexibly and efficiently. It is designed to meet the requirements of an integrated and evolving health and social care sector, helping to deliver integrated ICT services. Continue reading “HSCN – A digital aid to vital health and care organisations”
The Legal sector has faced considerable disruption over recent years, with an increasingly digital client base and client demands for better value for money and greater price certainty. Greater competition from new entrants moving into the market has also led to many looking to digital solutions to help them innovate and remain competitive. Continue reading “Digital success – legal sector’s need for 20/20 vision”
Digital transformation in the business world has accelerated at an increasingly rapid pace in recent years. Recent reports suggest that by 2018, CIOs will devote 28 percent of their budgets in support of digital transformation (source: Gartner.com).
Continue reading “The acceleration of digital transformation”